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The end of global tightening

By Edward Moya   US stocks rallied Thursday after recession risks eased following better-than-expected GDP data. ​ The data was good news that was able to send stocks a little bit higher, but not all the way as rate cut bets were pared back. For stocks to

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Cyprus preparing eco bonds

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Cyprus’ green bonds pave the way for sustainable financing, thus allowing the Republic to have access to additional sources of financing beyond

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UN denies bias allegations

The United Nations has defended its head of mission in Cyprus, calling Turkish Cypriot reports suggesting bias were completely unfounded. UN spokesperson Aleem Siddique told CNA that everything included in the Turkish

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Cyprus paralysed by general strike

Cyprus’ economy came to a standstill on Thursday during a three-hour general strike affecting the wider public sector in a dispute over

Presidential campaign goes north

Presidential candidate Achilleas Demetriades met Wednesday with the former leader of the Turkish Cypriot community Mustafa Akinci to build a communication bridge.

Cyprus preparing eco bonds

Cyprus’ green bonds pave the way for sustainable financing, thus allowing the Republic to have access to additional sources of financing beyond traditional methods, said Finance Minister Constantinos Petrides. In a written statement on preparing the framework for issuing a

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Wrike move for US tech firm

Authorities have welcomed the decision of US-based work management company Wrike to establish a local presence which recognises Cyprus’ growing reputation as

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Energy markets to remain unstable

The Russia-Ukraine war continues to destabilise energy markets in 2023, as tight oil and gas supplies will persist and economic recovery, driven

Natgas market under the weather

The lack of new liquefaction capacity coming online in the US, combined with low additions globally in 2023, stands to pressure the

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Ryanair cuts carbon emissions by 165,000 tonnes

Following a $175 mln agreement with Aviation Partners Boeing (APB), Ryanair has installed Split Scimitar Winglets to the first of over 400 of its Boeing 737-800 Next Generation aircraft. It said the modification would improve aircraft fuel efficiency by up to 1.5%,

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Energy markets to remain unstable

The Russia-Ukraine war continues to destabilise energy markets in 2023, as tight oil and gas supplies will persist and economic recovery, driven

Natgas market under the weather

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Nowhere to plug your EV

Cyprus’ e-mobility transport network is hampered by a lack of charging points, with authorities rushing to place the infrastructure to cater to

The end of global tightening

By Edward Moya   US stocks rallied Thursday after recession risks eased following better-than-expected GDP data. ​ The data was good news that

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Earnings dampening the mood

By Craig Erlam   Equity markets are back in the red on Wednesday, as investors appear to prepare themselves for a disappointing earnings

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DP World Limassol, TEPAK sign MoU

DP World Limassol and the Cyprus University of Technology (TEPAK) signed a cooperation agreement to conduct joint research projects, exchange personnel, and implement small-scale ventures. Limassol port’s operator also pledged to continue to make internships available to TEPAK students and

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Government supporting blue growth

With policies and actions, the government is supporting the fisheries sector and the prospects of blue growth, such as the €11 mln

Larnaca pier to be new hot attraction

Larnaca will soon have another destination to visit, as construction on a museum dedicated to the town’s history and floating hospitality venues

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